Our offer for pupils
Entry point for pupils. Experience jobs live!
You’re still at school and wish to gain some initial practical experience? You’re interested in physical processes? You have a special feel for figures? Or are you more of a linguist? Perhaps instead you’re more the practical sort and enjoy coding and programming?
Whether your favourite haunt is in the workshop or the office, with Rheinmetall you’ve come to the right place. We’d be delighted to take you on a ‘taster course’ as part of our pupil internship and answer your questions. Our aim is to provide you with as realistic an insight as possible into the professional field you’re interested in. You will be closely supported by our colleagues in the various departments, thereby enabling you to establish initial contacts and receive detailed information from your internship supervisor about potential entry opportunities.
Get stuck in and discover the profession that suits you best. With us. Together.
Apply today for a pupil internship at Rheinmetall!
Girls’ Day – a future for girls in technology
Girls and boys wishing to expand their horizons and gain an insight into technical careers are warmly invited to our Girls’ Day. For more than ten years we have been encouraging girls and boys at many of our locations to come and try things for themselves. Participants view workplaces in workshops and laboratories live and have the opportunity to try out their practical abilities there directly, for example by familiarising themselves with scribing and drilling techniques and in the field of electronics by wiring a circuit.
The day is then rounded off with a tour of the respective plant.
So if you’re interested in experiencing technical professions live at Rheinmetall and discovering how interesting and exciting work in this area can be and which training opportunities are available, please do not hesitate to contact our colleagues in the HR department at our locations.
Please note: The Girls’ Day is normally held annually on every fourth Thursday in April and is the largest career orientation project for schoolgirls and schoolboys. Due to the scheduling of the Easter holidays in 2020, the Girls’ Day will take place on 26 March 2020.